Agriculture produce and livestock contract farming and services act-2018 of union govt adopted in state.
During his visit to Champawat district on Friday, chief minister Trivendra Singh Rawat inaugurated 16 development works and unveiled the foundation of 17 schemes totalling in cost to about Rs 116 crore.
Addressing the gathering at the Champawat Mahotsav, Rawat also announced construction of parking facility in the district headquarter, beautification of Shyamalatal and development of Champawat as a tourism circuit among others. Further, appreciating the drastic improvement in gender ratio of the district, the chief minister also announced a reward of Rs 10,000 each to all the officials, employees and women concerned in the district. He pointed out that the state government will be completing three years in office on March 18. The aim of the government has been to ensure full transparency, honesty, trust and development which has achieved positive results. In the sphere of rural connectivity, Uttarakhand has received 17 awards in the nation. The government is working to facilitate road to every village by 2022 and tap water in every home by 2024. In addition to this, the government will also construct bridges on all roads where needed, provide furniture in every school and complete construction of buildings for every Anganwadi centre and degree college by 2022. In order to further improve the health services in the state, 310 more doctors are going to be appointed soon. Latest technology is being used to provide medical services with teleradiology facility being provided in 45 hospitals across the state. Citizens can also register their problems by calling the CM helpline 1905 to ensure swift redressal. After the programme, the CM also visited the home of martyr soldier Rahul Rainswal and met his family members. He said that the wife of the martyr will be provided a government job as per her qualifications.
Saturday, 29 February 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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